Betty Briggs's addition adds another hit on the good and nice quadrant. READ MORE
Lunch is an important part of the workday, but so are conferences. And conferences that take part in rooms that make people fantasize about food are conferences that get nowhere. Not like they get anywhere without the distraction, but you know. Here, Chad shows us how to get on the bad side of everyone in the workplace. READ MORE
The prime minister was off on official duties and so the First Secretary of State and Minister for the Cabinet Office Damian Green answered questions on her behalf. Emily Thornberry of Islington South and Finsbury filled in for Jeremy Corbyn. Topics discussed included energy prices, the National Health Service, the exit from the European Union, jobs, Scotland, war memorials, mental health, domestic violence, economic growth, tuition fees, unemployment, water supplies, housing, and refugees. Best bits below. READ MORE
Gordon makes a pun, the Detectives Fusco have some fun, and Albert still knows how to stun. These are this week's classic moments. READ MORE
The mayor heads off to Germany while his opponents and the local media have a field day with his last minute decision to join the G20 protests. This week's installment of the 2017 New York City Mayoral Candidates Power Rankings sees Nicole Malliotakis holding on to the top spot. READ MORE
"Social Q's" is Philip Galanes's advice column in the New York Times. Every Tuesday in Anti-Social Q's, I will answer the same questions as "Social Q's," with a greater regard for the sad state of the human condition.
This week Philip deals with a variety of issues. A couple want to divorce, a man invites too many people to dinner, a woman talks like a baby around certain people, and human resources employee is snooping in people's records.
Plot returns to the series as does the cast. Straight from the Stockingblue laboratories, here are this week's Twin Peaks power rankings for this week's episode. READ MORE